Samantha · May 23, 2013 at 07:30 pm

Windows-Based Multi-Tool for the Sony Xperia U

If you are a flashaholic and an owner of the Sony Xperia U, you may be interested in the multi-purpose tool developed for the Xperia U by XDA Forum Member AlexDroid00 that allows you to perform a whole host of actions that may alleviate the required process that are necessary otherwise.

Developed for Windows PCs, the multi-tool for the Xperia U combines many actions, which would otherwise have to be performed individually and with different tools,  into one program for your convenience. These functions include:

  • Flash kernel with Fastboot
  • Flash kernel with ADB
  • Rebooting, installing and updating applications, wiping data and cache, running a logcat, and reverse tethering of capslock66 with the ADB/FASTBOOT Tool
  • Boot animation Tester
  • Bootloader unlocking wizard
  • Root and Un-root
  • Button for visit the XDA’s thread to check for upgrades
  • Driver ADB/XU/FASTBOOT Installer
  • Credits visualizer
  • Language selector

Using the tool is easy and straight forward, only requiring you to follow the prompts in the program when running. With 8 updates under the belt, AlexDroidoo is actively working on the tool, He also has an extensive list of future improvements and features on the agenda, and he is taking part in discussions and answering queries from the community. The tool is available in 2 languages, Italian and English, and is a free download of about 45 megabytes.

So if you are a user of the Sony Xperia U, be sure to check out the original thread for more details and discussion.


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